From the world’s leading provider of life-changing solutions comes the new Belong™ platform from Phonak. With sophisticated, new technology designed to simplify the lives of your clients, we are proud to present the latest additions to our product portfolio.
Bolero Belong BTE - With clients becoming increasingly active, they require hearing aids that can automatically keep up with their lifestyles. Having the freedom to do and go wherever they please, without having the restrictions associated with hearing loss, is paramount.
We’ve taken this as a key focus area when creating the new Phonak Belong™ platform. As the name suggests, we want clients to have hearing aids that allow them to feel at one with their environment, regardless of where they are. Your clients can rely on their hearing aids to seamlessly and automatically do all the work for them.
With Belong, consisting of rechargeable lithium-ion battery technology and the new AutoSense OS, we’ve created a simply brilliant way to simplify your clients’ lives while providing an exceptional hearing experience.
The Audéo B family of products includes the following new features:
5 newly designed models and 9 colors including a new alpine white.
4 technology levels with innovative feature sets.
Better positioning of the microphone to reduce hair disturbances and protect from dirt and wind.
A bigger push button allows for easier usability.
The quickest charging, longest lasting rechargeable hearing aid ever!
Superior hearing performance with the new AutoSense OS™.
Introducing a new AutoSense OSTM
Hearing high frequency sounds - The new SoundRecover2 improves high frequency speech audibility by utilizing an adaptive frequency lowering algorithm when required - mid and low frequencies are maintained while high frequency sounds are made audible
Hearing quiet voices - A new way to treat expansion provides a 10% improvement in soft speech intelligibility
Improved hearing comfort - An algorithm that takes into account the difference in hearing between each ear when a client has asymmetrical hearing loss